I am trying to recall a F. Nietzsche quote that I like, but I cannot hit the right words on Google in order to find it.
The content of the quote (as I recall) is that in our vanity we want people to think that the stuff that we do are difficult though we find it easy (secretly).
I am sorry if this question is ill-posed and un-interesting, but I hope that some of you will point me in the right direction, else I will have to flick through all the pages. I think that it is either from Jenseits Gut und Böse or Morgenrote.
Thanks in advance.
Edit: Human all-to-human pt. 2, aphorism 181 comes very close, but I recall it as being a shorter aphorism ...